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“We are delighted to have earned the 2022 TSX Venture 50 ranking. First Hydrogen is rapidly evolving having established strategic relationships with the world-renowned University of Cambridge to create AI learning software, and Ballard Power Systems Inc. and AVL Powertrain UK Ltd. developing two hydrogen-fuel-cell powered commercial vehicles. We, along with FEV Consulting GmbH, are jointly designing and building Hydrogen Mobility Refueling Stations. Our alliances lead the way to decarbonization and net-zero targets,” stated CEO Balraj Mann.
The company continues to grow its team of experts, with the recent additions of Steve Gill, Robert Campbell, and Nicholas Wrigley, as it develops its automotive strategy and adds accretive opportunities such as the hydrogen refueling stations and hydrogen-related technology.
About First Hydrogen Corp.
First Hydrogen Corp. is a Vancouver and London UK-based company focused on zero-emission vehicles and supercritical carbon dioxide extractor systems. The company is designing and developing a hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered light commercial demonstrator vehicle under two agreements with AVL Powertrain and Ballard Power Systems Inc. The LCV will have a range of 500+ kilometres. First Hydrogen is developing refueling capability working with FEV Consulting GmbH, the internal automotive consultancy of FEV Group of Aachen Germany.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of
FIRST HYDROGEN CORP.
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
First Hydrogen Corp.
First Hydrogen Limited
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